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Pleasant & Relaxing Taste of Chianti

What an inviting plaza!! Markets are held in the square several days a week - on Sat., vendors of... read more

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Charming piazza

So glad we stopped at this charming piazza. It was filled with people going about their day’s... read more

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The statue in the middle of this picturesque square is of Giovanni di Verrazzano, the man who discovered New York harbor.
Piazza Matteotti, 50020, Greve in Chianti, Italy
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Chianti region is nice for driving in narrow roads with beatiful view but the town Greve in Chianti has nothing special. This square is similar to the other many squares in Italy. If you have limited time in Toscana region, do not waste time in...More

1  Thank SarpedonfromLycia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

What an inviting plaza!! Markets are held in the square several days a week - on Sat., vendors of all types fill the square - there are food vendors w/a host of traditional Italian & Tuscan dishes - fresh fish, stalls w/beautiful home-grown vegetables, olives...More

Thank tomokane70
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

So glad we stopped at this charming piazza. It was filled with people going about their day’s plans. We had lunch in one of the outdoor cafes (unfortunately not good) but we still enjoyed the vibrancy of the crowds. There are several shops, many more...More

Thank houstontravelingfool
Reviewed 12 June 2018

We had many, many pleasant experiences driving there from our villa Le Convertoie near Greve in Chianti. We loved strolling through every shop, eating desserts, drinking wine, adoring the extraordinary butcher shop.

Thank Michael M
Reviewed 3 June 2018

Lively little piazza with two bars (cafes), a bakery with delicious goods, a fruit shop, a meat shop, a souvenir shop and more. A great place to watch the world go by

1  Thank jetsetters000
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

The beautiful Piazza Matteotti is crowded with the most wonderful variety of stalls on Saturday until 15:00....Freshest fish/seafood, cheeses in huge variety, with farm veggies and a bunch of tourist-focussed Knick-knacks together with the active periphery of cafes and bars crowded with locals and tourists...More

Thank Pauloosie
Reviewed 17 May 2018

We walked all around to see whats in all the shops. All very unique. We purchased meats, olivies and cheeses. All offered samples. This is a must stop in Greve in Chianti.

Thank Carilyn G
Reviewed 4 May 2018

We happened onto the Piazza by accident. We ate there twice. This is a tourist area, but some of the shops have been there 200-300 years!

Thank Hank S
Reviewed 17 October 2017

This is the center of Greve in Chianti, Italy. On Saturday mornings there is a large open air market where fruits and vegetables, meats and cheeses and all kinds of consumer goods are sold. Everyone in town must be there. The triangular shaped square is...More

2  Thank lakewoodgirl
Reviewed 2 October 2017

If you want the experience of a smaller Tuscan town away from the likes of Siena or San Gimignano, this is one of those towns. Not so small as that you will miss it, so significant enough to have a few fun things to do....More

2  Thank Jerry R
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17 May 2018|
Response from Hank S | Reviewed this property |
From what I see, there are two. The Chianti Classico festival in Geve in Chianti for 2018 it is held the 6th through the 9th of September. The Panzanno wine festival one week later.